Tag: Issue 67

Freedom Day: The good, the bad and the invisible

As we celebrate Freedom Day, our heads are filled with thoughts about the past, the present and the future. The writer argues that as South Africans we should celebrate our achievements as much as we battle our demons. Today we celebrate our 22nd Freedom Day since the system of apartheid was stopped in its tracks. […]

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UHURU Now: The Trouble with ‘Transformation’

Emma Pottinger UHURU NOW: what is to be done at our universities is a series of conversations by academics, thought-leaders and debaters, which seeks to archive contemporary dialogue on transformation and decolonisation at higher education institutions. The series aims to shift the discourse, introduce fresh ways of thinking and provide meaningful debate on issues around […]

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